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    Default Night Shoot Samples Using C-2100UZ

    Some random shots using the Olympus C-2100UZ:


    Suntec City as view from Marina South, 4 sec, F2.8, ISO 100.


    Shenton Way cityscape, 4 sec, F2.8, ISO 100.


    Fountain in Botanic Garden, 16 sec, F2.8, , ISO 100. Very 'noisy'.

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    Wooo ... much betta den the ones I took~~~~~

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    got do NR?
    "I'm... dreaming... of a wide... angle~
    Just like the ones I used to know~"

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    don't mind me asking, you set the shutter to 4sec?

    I only see 1/10 or 1" things like this,

    which setting is equal to 4 sec?

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by lufu
    don't mind me asking, you set the shutter to 4sec?

    I only see 1/10 or 1" things like this,

    which setting is equal to 4 sec?

    Thanks
    for 4 seconds, you'll need to see 4"

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    I know to set real slow shutter speed, gotta use manual controls rite? Care to explain a little abt manual? Cos I got C2100 for one month liao still havent fully know how to use the manual controls I think alot of ppl also like me hehe
    Thanks!

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    Jayan,

    w.r.t the fountain at the botanical gardens, increasing the ISO level (to say 400) and reducing the shutter speed might reduce some of the noise level.



    tried a shot like that once at Capitol Building (the one with the 'floating' balls along shenton way).

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    Originally posted by rochkoh
    Jayan,

    w.r.t the fountain at the botanical gardens, increasing the ISO level (to say 400) and reducing the shutter speed might reduce some of the noise level.



    tried a shot like that once at Capitol Building (the one with the 'floating' balls along shenton way).

    rOCh
    Cannot lah, @ ISO 400 any exposure more than a few sec looks as if snowing blue snow.....
    Last edited by Jayan; 18th February 2002 at 11:45 PM.

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    Originally posted by denizenx
    got do NR?
    Got..for the 16 sec shot.

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    wow then ur cam quite "clean"...
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    Originally posted by denizenx
    wow then ur cam quite "clean"...
    I upgraded the firmware.

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    Originally posted by Jayan


    I upgraded the firmware.
    What is your firmware version ?
    My is v352p-77
    Olympus C2100 X3 - E100RS - C220
    IS/L lenses ALL :-D

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    sorry to ask you something ... did u use remote control to trigger the shutter ?


    to me , the shots seem like not sharp ...
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    C2100uz/C700uz dun have good night focus ability. I usually can't get my auto-focus to work properly at night.. Have to use manual focus.
    Canon Lover :)

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    Originally posted by syncmaster


    What is your firmware version ?
    My is v352p-77
    Mine is v352p-73.

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    Originally posted by Klause
    C2100uz/C700uz dun have good night focus ability. I usually can't get my auto-focus to work properly at night.. Have to use manual focus.
    When shooting landscape at night...use manual focus and set to infinity.

    Shooting portraits should be no problem cos the AF assist should take care of that (provided the subject is within range).

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    Originally posted by Klause
    C2100uz/C700uz dun have good night focus ability. I usually can't get my auto-focus to work properly at night.. Have to use manual focus.
    sure or not .... did u use filter like STAR SIX filter ?

    see azone's night gallery and why his shots are clearer ...
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    Originally posted by Jayan


    Mine is v352p-73.
    Mine also v352p-73.....but which one is latest? 77 or 73?

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    same here.. v352p-73

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    Originally posted by siewsphone


    Mine also v352p-73.....but which one is latest? 77 or 73?
    None.

    Earlier and latter batches of C-2100uz has slightly diff components from diff suppliers...so gotta re-prog the firmware.

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